Anderson Honored As 2014 Equine Science Award Winner

Kathleen P. Anderson, MS, PhD, associate professor and equine extension specialist from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, was recently honored as the recipient of the 2014 Equine Science Award.
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Kathleen P. Anderson, MS, PhD, associate professor and equine extension specialist from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, was recently honored as the recipient of the 2014 Equine Science Award.

The award was presented in conjunction with the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) at the Joint Annual Science Meetings held in Kansas City, Missouri. She is the fifth recipient of this award since it was established in 2008. Sponsored by Zinpro Corporation, the Equine Science Award honors outstanding achievements in the areas of extension, research, teaching or agribusiness in the equine industry.

“We honor Dr. Kathleen P. Anderson for her exceptional extension and teaching work in the field of equine science,” says Russ Wyllie, vice president of sales for the Americas for Zinpro Corporation. “She has had a major influence on youth in Nebraska through her leadership in the Nebraska Horse 4-H Extension program. Her influence continues at the university level with her strong focus on teaching at the undergraduate level. She is also involved in adult equine education throughout the state, in addition to being a leader at the national level in HorseQuest.”

Anderson earned a doctorate in animal science from Kansas State University, and a master’s degree in the physiology of reproduction from Texas A&M University. She received a bachelor’s degree in animal science/agricultural education from the University of Nebraska

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